Lilo And Stitch II Stitch Has a Glitch

Lilo And Stitch II Stitch Has a Glitch
Lilo And Stitch II Stitch Has a Glitch

Year

2005

Duration

68 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Stitch is an escaped extraterrestrial, created for purposes of mayhem and destruction but, after escaping to earth and being befriended by lonely Hawaiian orphan Lilo he becomes a reformed character. In this sequel to the animated Disney tale, Lilo is preparing to enter an all-important hula contest. However, a "glitch" in her pal's programming means he begins to return to his destructive ways, threatening both Lilo's chances in the contest and their friendship itself. Plenty of action and humour for younger viewers and good-natured pop-culture parodies to keep the more grown-up smiling too.

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